A church in Palatine, Illinois
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Please register before arriving on Sunday so that we can keep our gatherings at 40 people or less. If you do not register ahead of time and the registration is full, then you will not be able to join us for worship.
If the registration is full and you would like to come, then please sign up on the waitlist. You will be notified if and when spots become available.
If you register and later decide that you will be unable to make it to church, then please cancel your reservation or inform one of the elders so that those who are on the waiting list will be able to join
Our ministry is supported entirely through the giving of our members and attendees. It is our aim to use these funds as efficiently as possible, to support making disciples of all nations.
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Our mission is all about the Glory of Christ. It is not the number of people or the types of programs we offer. Instead we want our eyes fixed on the one person, Jesus Christ! Our church growth strategy is to lift up Christ. For, whenever Christ is lifted up, he will draw all people to himself (Jn 12:32).
The primary way a church is to bring glory to Christ is by spreading his name and honor through disciple-making (Matt. 28:18-20). We want everything we do as a church to fall under the banner of disciple-making. Every meeting we have together as a church should help us make disciples. We want every program or initiative that we start to answer this question: “Will this program help us do a better job at making disciples?”
The task of glorifying Christ by making disciples ends when all nations of the earth have disciples of Jesus Christ.
There are currently 11,291 nations in the world. Of the 11,291 nations there are 6,895 nations where less than 2% of the population is evangelical Christian. Of the 6,985 nations there are 2,987 nations that are not being engaged with the gospel by anyone.
In other words, we have been given a task and it is not finished. This means that we need to redefine what success looks like in the church. We need to judge our success not by our church’s seating capacity, but by our church’s sending capacity.